Bexar County Emergency Services District No. 11 is a taxing entity recognized as a political subdivision of the State of Texas. It's primary purpose is to levy a tax and use this tax revenue to provide fire suppression and first responder services to the citizens living within the boundaries of the District.
Throughout the years, our State Legislators have passed many laws that set parameters and requirements, that the District, as a taxing entity is required to follow.
Many of these laws are aimed at transparency of showing how your tax dollars are being utilized. In an effort to streamline your possible searches for this information, this page will have buttons linking you to the page or section that provides this information.
There are 11 Emergency Services Districts (ESD's) in Bexar County. Bexar County does not have elected Board Commissioners like some ESD's in Texas. The Commissioners who serve on Bexar County ESD's are appointed by the Bexar County Commissioner's Court.
All of the information provided on this page is per State requirements for ESD's with appointed Board Commissioners.
Please note that the last four buttons may not be completely operational as this information is still being compiled. Information related to these four buttons is not required to be posted until January 1, 2020 but will be operational prior to that date.
This button will show you the appointed ESD Commissioners and their email addresses.
This button has the District's contact Information.
This button will take you to the District Budgets for several fiscal years.
This button will take you to the information showing Budget increases by dollar and percentage amounts.
This button will take you to the information that will show the revenue necessary to cover Maintenance and Debt needs over the past few fiscal years.
This button will take you to the information showing what the Maintenance and Debt tax rates have been over the past fiscal years.
This button will take you to the District's Audit Reports for several fiscal years.